IN THIS ISSUE: IBM Acquires Red Hat; Windows S Client for Teams EOL; What Gorilla Glass Does Best; Google Boosts Account Security; Smart Glasses for the Deaf; Better Background Execution on Android
Ginni Rometty, chairman, president and CEO of IBM, (right), and James M. Whitehurst, CEO of Red Hat.
Late last week, IBM announced that it will purchase Red Hat in an all-stock deal valued at about $34 billion. The Linux maker will be part of IBM's Hybrid Cloud team.
Starting Nov. 29, the Windows S Client for Teams will cease to function. Citing bugs and slowness, Microsoft offers these alternatives.
When faced with the decision to focus on protecting the glass from drops or everyday wear and tear, Corning decided on the former.
Blending voice recognition with augmented reality, Smart Caption Glasses from Epson could open new worlds to the hearing impaired.
With an eye toward power preservation, an Android expert shares techniques for more efficient app execution in the background.